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The order has its own Rule, called the Statutes, rather than the Rule of Saint Benedict, and combines eremitical and cenobitic monasticism.
The Perth names Charterhouse Lane and Pomarium Flats (built on the site of the Priory's orchard) recall its existence. Hugh's Charterhouse, Parkminster, West Sussex has cells running around a square cloister approximately 400 m (one quarter mile) on a side, making it the largest cloister in Europe.
Perth Charterhouse, the single Carthusian Priory founded in Scotland during the Middle Ages, was located in Perth.
It stood just west of the medieval town and was founded by James I (1406–1437) in the early 15th century.
There are no Carthusian abbeys as they have no abbots, and each charterhouse is headed by a prior and is populated by two types of monks: the choir monks, referred to as hermits, and the lay brothers.
This reflects a division of labor in providing for the material needs of the monastery and the monks.